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DU cut off list 2021: Colleges set 100% cut-off to take seat; Check list here

The DU cut off 2021 would be issued in five stages. The first three DU cut-off lists will be released on October 1, October 9, and October 16, respectively. The remaining two cut-off lists would be issued based on seat availability at a later date.
 

DU cut off list 2021 Colleges set 100% cut-off to take seat Check list here gcw
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New Delhi, First Published Oct 1, 2021, 4:39 PM IST
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The University of Delhi has done it again, raising the highest cut-off for admission to Jesus and Mary College's psychology programme to 100 per cent. While the unreserved cut-off is 99 per cent, students who do not have psychology as their best of four would require 100 per cent. Students would require around 99 per cent for other popular courses at the prestigious college.

  • Jesus and Mary College have issued the first cut-off list for UG admissions. The cut-off for BCom is 98.5%, while for Economics, it is 98.55%.
  • Gargi College released its cut-off with highest for applied psychology at 99.50%, BA (Hons) Applied Psychology at 99.50; and BA (H) Economics – 99%
  • Hindu College announced their cut-off at 100% for Political Science, 99% for others
  • Students need 100 percent marks to get into BSc (Hons) Computer Science at Hansraj College, a substantial rise from previous year, when a student needed 97.25 percent to get into the course. Hansraj College has maintained the cut-offs for BA(Hons) Economics, BSc (Hons) Physics, and B.Com (Hons) at 99.75%, 99.66%, and 99.75%, respectively.
  • DCAC has requested a 99 per cent cut off for B.Com Hons and a 98.5 per cent cut off for Economics. Hons.
  • The first cut off list for Deshbandhu Gupta College 2021 has been announced. The highest cut off is 97 per cent for BA Economics (H) and BA Programme courses, followed by 96 per cent for B.Sc Mathematics.
  • Ramanujam College has also published its first cut-off list. BA (H) Applied Psychology has the highest asking price, with a 99 per cent cut off for the general category. The B.Com (H) programme comes in second with 98.5 per cent while the B.Com programme comes in third with 97.5 per cent. In the case of Economics H, the cut-off for the General category is 98 per cent. The maximum cut off for Science is 98 per cent for B.Sc Mathematics and B.Sc Statistics.
  • Students who want to study at St Stephen's College must have at least 99.5 per cent in order to be admitted to popular programmes such as BA Economics honours. While the cut-off for most courses is 99 per cent or above.
  • Kirori Mal College Cut off 2021 is currently accessible on the college's official website. The highest cut off for B.Com, BSc Mathematics, and BA economics and political science is 99.75 percent.

The DU cut off 2021 would be issued in five stages. The first three DU cut-off lists will be released on October 1, October 9, and October 16, respectively. The remaining two cut-off lists would be issued based on seat availability at a later date. Seats are anticipated to be filled sooner than planned due to a large number of applicants. More lists will be issued if seats are left unfilled. Even for less popular courses, the minimum criterion is more than 95%. Competition remains fierce for popular courses such as psychology, economics, physics, and English, among others.

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Those with marks equal to or higher than the cut off will be able to apply for admission. The application procedure will begin on October 4 at du.ac.in. The cut-off score was projected to rise due to a record-high number of applications — 438696 — and an increase in the number of 90 per cent scorers in class 12 board examinations.

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